This lesson plan for preschoolers focuses on the famous childhood book titled Hansel and Gretel. This book has been a favorite for many years for children of all ages.
Explore the very rich culture of Japan with your pre K children or class. Bring the Japanese heritage to your students by teaching them the beauty of diversity at a very young age with the books and activities within this article.
While shopping, paying bills, or going out for a nice dinner with your family, you encounter math and counting money. Teach your preschool students how to have fun learning about math with these preschool math games.
Every child should be taught what to do in an emergency no matter how small. It may in fact be a small child who saves your life or even their own in an unforeseeable future. These activities will help you teach important safety information to preschoolers.
Learning how to sew in the classroom in the past may be something we all took for granted. However, some schools are starting to return to this wonderful way to teach children art and even math. They can never learn too early when you teach them any of the sewing projects within this article.
In this article are several activities that will familiarize your children with the post office system. There are instructions that can help you set up a mock postal system within your classroom. Your students will be surprised to learn how fun it is to mail a letter!
It is summer, and the insects are out of hibernation from this past winter. The grasshoppers are busy creating musical melodies at dusk on many summer nights. This lesson plan is full of fun activities for preschoolers.
This preschool lesson plan on big and small will aid you in teaching your children the differences in sizes. They will have fun learning about what is big and what is small?
What is school, if it isn’t fun? Well, how about bringing a safari right to your classroom? Bring the wonderment of jungle animals to life with this preschool safari theme.
Preschoolers in your church group will become more well rounded kids while they learn how to control their anger. In Sunday School, they will realize that they are expected to rule over their emotions or their emotions will get the best of them.